Our pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week including the premieres of Beat the Star, Four Weddings and Junior MasterChef Australia, as well as the season two premiere of Party Down, the season final of Damages and more.
Dashing swimmer Eamon Sullivan was voted the winner of Celebrity MasterChef Australia last night after a nine-week cook-off on Channel TEN.
Our pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week, including finales galore -- The Apprentice Australia, Packed to the Rafters, Celebrity MasterChef Australia, My Name is Earl, Tangle -- and two new shows; White Collar and Hung.
MasterChef Australia has already been holding auditions for its second series, and if early try-outs are anything to go by, it looks like the standard of applicants has taken a big leap. No doubt many were bolstered by the success of the first series.
2.16 million Australians can't be wrong. That's the number of nostalgic viewers who tuned in to watch Daryl Somers and the Hey Hey gang back on their box.
Our pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week include FlashForward, The Apprentice Australia, the first Hey Hey reunion special, Celebrity MasterChef Australia, Hungry Beast and a new series of RocKwiz.
Four names were on the list which announced the remaining contestants for the show, with TEN deciding to replace Steve Bisley following his arrest for arrested for assault.
Six of the show's 18 contestants were revealed on The 7PM Project last night, joining Queensland Premier Anna Bligh on the official list of confirmed celebrities.